294 LUHDORFF'S DEER paimated antlers, and is usually spotted. It seems to be an introduced species, common report pointing to the [Romans as the introducers. It would be more correct to say ee re-introduced " for fossil remains of this Deer have been met with. . 152. — Ltthdorirs Beer. C&nms luekdorffi. (From JSTatwre.) 1 contains probably two species, JK, cephalophus of Milne-Edwards and JK, micManus of Swinhoe, both from China. The antlers are small and unbranched; the canines in the male- axe ma^iiTe; it differs from Cermdus, to which it is closely d; principally in the ateence of frontal glands. The second Gaanwi,, **Ou the CMiaese I>eer Bjwaed JLophotragus mickianus by Mr, » Łtoa> 1876, p. 7S7. '